Month: March 2005

Blegging, anyone?

Tim Worstall requested this one. He wrote An advertiser has got their pricing seriously wrong, offering 10 pounds for each person that signs up for their free demo (no credit cards, no payment, no software download, seriously, just name, address,… Read More ›

As India Develops

Rajesh Jain’s blog, Emergic, is an extended memory of all kinds of emerging technologies and markets. His “Tech Talks” summarize his learnings and ruminations on various subjects. I use his blog to better understand what is going on in various… Read More ›

Sequencing

“Forgive him Theodotus: he is a barbarian and thinks that the customs of his tribe and island are the laws of nature” —Caesar and Cleopatra, George Bernard Shaw In a sense, we are all barbarians believing that our personal experiences… Read More ›